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Editor's Pick - The Top Ireland Sites

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If you're planning a trip to Ireland make sure to check out these great campsites to stay at while exploring ...

Ballyness is a multi award-winning park with 50 fully serviced hardstand touring pitches. The immaculate amenity building has been recently refurbished and has free hot showers, disabled shower room, family bathroom, laundry and dishwashing area. Motorhomes are catered for with extra-large pitches and a service point. There is an outdoor play park and football field, plus an indoor games room. There are three wildlife ponds on the park and the eight-acre Gypsy’s Way Dog Walk provides a great area to allow your dog off the lead or take an evening stroll. During the spring and summer, guests can hop onto the Causeway Rambler bus from the park to Carrick-a-rede Rope Bridge via the Giant’s Causeway and on to Portrush and Coleraine.

This is a wonderfully placed camping park situated on the Gulf Stream Coast and on the Wild Atlantic Way. There is 500 metres of waterfront and the site is surrounded on three sides by hills and mountains. Across the water you can see the Atlantic islands of Valentia and Beginish. There are a full range of facilities including toilets and showers, a laundry and camper’s kitchen. Dogs are welcome with plenty of exercise space along the foreshore for them. The turf fire-warmed sitting room is a great social space on site and renowned for impromptu music sessions. The local area is great for walkers and watersport activities. There are plenty of stunning beaches in the area and boat trips out to the Skellig Islands – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. TripAdvisor five star Certificate of Excellence in seven consecutive years. TripAdvisor Hall of Fame.

This is a beautifully kept Caravan and Motorhome Club AS campsite. Its idyllic location surrounded by countryside and with great views of the mountains is a walker's paradise. Ultra-modern heated toilet block with immaculate facilities and a fully equipped wheelchair accessible separate suite. Laundry room, campers’ kitchen, recreation room and TV room. Hardstanding pitches, some grass, some fully serviced, all with 10 amp electric hook-up and water. MV service point. WiFi throughout the site. Bike and e-bike hire available. Glen of Aherlow is right in the heart of Southern Ireland – a place of astonishing beauty with so much to explore.

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